17 December, 2015

Found in Oxfam | A Vintage Shirt

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Shirt & T-Shirt: Oxfam, Jeans: River Island, Shoes: Dr Martens

A friend of mine recently gave me this shirt as a birthday present and I haven't taken it off since. Since it's slightly thicker than your average shirt it provides that little bit of extra warmth which is always welcome around this time of year! Worn with jeans and my most worn Oxfam t-shirt and I'm all set to tackle the cold/rain/gale! 

My blog posts for both Oxfam and CLIC Sargent have both recently been uploaded over on their blogs. If you've got a spare bit of time this weekend and fancy making yourself something sparkly for the festive season then I did a tutorial on how to make an easy Christmas skirt over on the Oxfam blog. If you're more of a jumper kinda gal then I posted my DIY idea on how to sparkle-fy a plain jumper this Xmas over on CLIC Sargent's fashion blog, Fix Up Look Sharp. Let me know if your complete any of them as I would love to see! 

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10 comments

  1. I love the rich tone of that shirt! I find the most amazing things in charity shops, they're such a treasure trove!x

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  2. You can't beat a bit of velvet during the festive season and the purple is just stunning! Such a vibrant shade!
    Sophie
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    A Story of a Girl

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    1. Definitely agree with wearing velvet during the festive season :) Thank you so much :) x

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  3. That shirt really is just fabulous, totally stunning and the colour is gorgeous too! x

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  4. Very cute look ! Love the jeans !

    Sara,
    www.thecrimeofashion.com

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